Training Industry Quarterly - Winter 2011 - (Page 17)
Proving Training’s Value: Linking Training to Business Outcomes
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TRAINERS MUST BECOME SAVVIER ABOUT EDUCATING MANAGEMENT AND PROVING THE IMPACT TRAINING CAN HAVE.
n tough economic times, training is among the first things to be cut. One reason for this is the failure of training organizations to align training to business goals and measure the impact of their programs on those goals. Training is a business-critical function, but trainers must do a better job of proving the value of training to the organization. This article will explore the true business value of training, explain the role of training as it relates to business optimization, and discuss ways to build training programs that align with business objectives and produce measurable results.
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